Community Bridges

Community Bridges

Rating: 3.2   (5)
220 South 12th AvenuePhoenixArizona  85034

About

Based out of Phoenix, Arizona, Community Bridges is a multi-faceted substance abuse organization with various flexible drug and alcohol addiction treatment options, including Computerized treatment, Intensive outpatient treatment, Outpatient, Outpatient detoxification, Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol, Regular outpatient treatment. In addition to these treatment options, there are drug and alcohol addiction treatment areas of specialization to further help struggling addicts recover effectively. Such areas of specialization include: 12-step faciltitation approach, Alcohol Detoxification, Anger management, Benzodiazepines Detoxification, Brief intervention approach, Buprenorphine used in treatment, Cocaine Detoxification, Contingency management/motivational incentive, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Marital/couples counseling offered, Methamphetamines Detoxification, Motivational interviewing, Opiods Detoxification, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone, Relapse Prevention, Relapse prevention from naltrxone, Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone). Because it's understandable that seeking addiction rehab in Phoenix, Arizona, especially if it's one's first time doing so, can feel like a pretty scary thing. This is why the addiction therapists and counselors at Community Bridges do everything in their power to make their patients feel as comfortable as possible, as to ease this initial scary feeling. Community Bridges also takes accepted medical insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare and certain payment options upon qualification, such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Military insurance, Private health insurance, State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa. Community Bridges may be contacted via their website at www.communitybridgesaz.org.

Treatment approach

  • Cognitive/behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Substance abuse counseling approach
  • Trauma-related counseling

Treatment Options

  • Computerized treatment
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Outpatient
  • Outpatient detoxification
  • Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol
  • Regular outpatient treatment

Detail

  • Smoking not permitted

Amenity

  • Services for the deaf and hard of hearing

Gender

  • Male

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Areas of Specialization

  • 12-step faciltitation approach
  • Alcohol Detoxification
  • Anger management
  • Benzodiazepines Detoxification
  • Brief intervention approach
  • Buprenorphine used in treatment
  • Cocaine Detoxification
  • Contingency management/motivational incentive
  • Family Addiction Counseling
  • Group counseling offered
  • Individual counseling offered
  • Marital/couples counseling offered
  • Methamphetamines Detoxification
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Opiods Detoxification
  • Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
  • Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Relapse prevention from naltrxone
  • Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs
  • Mastercard
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Military insurance
  • Private health insurance
  • State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare

Google Reviews


  5.0   3 months ago

As a recovering addict I find it laughable reading all these negative comments about CBI. For a minute I thought I was reading reviews for the Hampton Inn & Suites. Everyone has different needs, come from different situations and have different levels of desire to truly quit. Of course we all want the easy way. "It was too cold. The food sucked. It was dirty. They were mean to me." Maybe it's just me but I sure wasn't complaining when I was in the depths of my addiction. Especially about such insignificant stuff. In the streets or in jail. I was a lying, cheating, thieving, deceitful, disgusting, selfish, miserable, unfaithful, unreliable drunk and drug addict. I wasn't going to let anything or anybody get in the way of my drink or my high. The people that work there do become desensitized to seeing so many individuals, in some cases repeatedly, check themselves in for treatment, making every kind of false proclamation, lying to themselves about getting clean. I know because I was one of those people. I'm sure it isn't easy dealing with addicts on a daily basis. Now, is that wrong? Sure. Is that bad? Maybe. Can things be better? Absolutely. But it's going to take the efforts of an entire community to bring about that change. Give me one example when merely sitting and complaining about something brought positive and lasting change. The bottom line is when you are ready, when you've lost EVERYTHING and the only thing you have left to lose is your life, not even the most inconvenient, uncomfortable, unclean, dilapidated, rude staffed, insufficient care giving rehab, treatment center, halfway house, detox or loony bin is going to stop you from becoming and maintaining a lifetime of sobriety. Thank you CBI. You definitely made a difference in my life. Have a Blessed day ya'll.



  5.0   7 months ago

Great



  5.0   9 months ago

Tell em ur smi for bed



  5.0   9 months ago

These people really helped me during my larazopram withdraws I suffered from horrible symptoms and I didn't even have to say anything they knew something was happening and they prescribed me what I needed... After going to three hospitals too scared to tell anyone what was happening to me somebody finally sent me to this place and they got me the help I needed. Withought them something could have happened to me I am forever grateful they got me better in three days and sent me to a sober living house. Where I did AA and continued on my addiction with extensive treatment.



  3.0   1 year ago

Food was not good. Too cold in the 24 hour watch room and dirty


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